[App_rpt-users] Problems with setup from newest image
jerutley at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 17:43:05 EDT 2018
So last week while I was on vacation, I had an SD card filesystem go corrupt
- lots of damaged files, Asterisk segfaulting on startup, all kinds of weird
stuff happening. So I decided to rebuild this node (45984) with the newest
stuff - this was my last Arch-based node, and I wanted to get back to the
Debian base. So, I pulled down the 20180228 raspbian stretch image, wrote
it to a new SD card, booted up the Pi, ssh'd in, expanded the filesystem,
updated all packages to latest, and went thru the setup process. BTW, I
love the new menu-based system - but the menu should include a way to get
out to shell (if it does already, I apologize, but I did not see an option
for that in it).
After I did the node setup, and the pi rebooted, I'm getting odd errors from
trying to start Asterisk. Here's an entry from journalctl:
Apr 11 16:14:33 uhf.wi0la.org systemd: asterisk.service: Job
asterisk.service/start failed with result 'dependency'.
Apr 11 16:14:33 uhf.wi0la.org systemd: dev-dahdi-pseudo.device: Job
dev-dahdi-pseudo.device/start failed with result 'timeout'.
I'm suspecting that the upgrade of the kernel I did on the first boot is
making Dahdi not come up properly, so I'm trying a rebuild of Dahdi via:
apt-get install --reinstall asl-dahdi-linux-dkms
Don't know if this will fix the problem or not - will know as soon as the
process finishes. But isn't DKMS supposed to handle this automatically?
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